Saturday, June 29, 2013

The Hunger Games Showing Tonight To Open 2013 Roosevelt Island Outdoor Summer Movie Series At Southpoint Park

According to the Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC):
It's that time again! Saturday, June 29th is the start of the Outdoor Summer Movie Series, which will begin with the blockbuster hit The Hunger Games ! Make your way down to Southpoint Park at 7 PM for a FREE night of music and movie trivia. A variety of food and drinks, along with buttery popcorn and tasty cotton candy will be available for purchase. Come out early, claim your spot and enjoy the movie with family and friends.

** Rain Date: July 6th**

This event is sponsored by the Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation


Roosevelt Island Operating Corp Advisories Group

Here's the trailer for The Hunger Games.

RIOC President Charlene Indelicato adds:
A beloved Roosevelt Island tradition, RIOC’s Summer Outdoor Movie Series, is back for a fabulous fifth season starting with the 2012 blockbuster The Hunger Games on Saturday, June 29 (rain date: July 6). 
This year we are screening a wide range of flicks that were voted on by residents, including The Breakfast Club (July 12, rain date: July 20), Pitch Perfect (July 13, rain date: July 21), Brave (July 27, rain date: August 3), Rocky (August 10, rain date: August 17), and Inception (August 24, rain date: August 31). In the event of inclement weather, we will announce postponements via RIOC advisories – email to sign up – and on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

The movies start at 8:45 pm at Southpoint Park, but residents and visitors are encouraged to come at 6:00 pm for music, movie trivia, and refreshments that will be on sale. The park is ADA accessible and the Red Bus will stop at the nearby bus stop every 15 minutes. As always, admission is free, so bring a blanket or a chair and enjoy the show!
Southpoint Park is a great place to watch outdoor movies with beautiful views

Image Of 2012 Roosevelt Island Southpoint Park Movie Showing of Captain America By Irina Hage

of the East River waterfront skyline.

Pass the popcorn please.


billblass said...

I never go to this. Too many hipsters

anonymous said...

That is sad. I thought you were claiming poverty earlier? Poor people need all the free movies they can get.

CheshireKitty said...

So don't go. Like we need to hear what movies you do or don't go to.